What people Are Doing in Glencoe
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Feb 1913, p. 7

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27 Feb 1913
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    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Mr. Geo. Carrington is reported ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lodwidge have moved to Evanston.
Mrs. John C. Parry entertained at luncheon Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mortimer left Monday for Panama.
Mrs. Ralph Pate spent last week with her parents at Elgin, Ill.
The F. F. F. Social club met with Mrs. G. H. Morris Wednesday.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Urban Levernler Tuesday, Feb. 18. Mrs. George W. Tracy gave a small informal bridge party last Friday.
Mrs. George W. Tracy gave a small informal bridge party last Friday.
Mrs. Henry Behrens entertained Mrs. Wm. Rudolph last Wednesday.
Miss Sadie I. Meline is visiting friends in Milwaukee for a few days.
Mr. Louis Taylor of Georgetown, Colo., is visiting Mrs. Michael Gormley.
Anthony Schweiger is still in the hospital, though he is reported to be improving.
Mrs. Levermier entertained her daughter and grandchildren during the week-end.
Mrs. M. B. Arde and three children are going to San Antonio, Texas, for a short visit.
It is reported that Col. Jacobs, who has been ill during the last ten days, is much better.
The ladies of the Union Church guild met Tuesday afternoon. Tea was served at 4:30.
A directors' meeting of the Woman's Library club has been ordered for Thursday, March 6.
Mrs. C. M. Parrish, formerly of Glencoe, now living in Lake Forest, was a visitor here last week.
The Sewing Circle of the Sacred Heart church of Hubbard Woods had a meeting on Thursday.
Messrs. E. D. Brigham and August Ziesing left Maitland, Fla., last Monday for a trip to Panama.
The Neighborhood Dancing club will give a dance at the Woman's Library club Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Printhens of Chicago spent Sunday at the home of W. W. Edwards on South avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lane of Valley avenue are the proud parents of a baby boy, born Wednesday, Feb. 19.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Thomas of Chicago spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Behrens and other friends of Glencoe.
Mrs. Kennelly and Mrs. Geo. Tapper spent Thursday afternoon and evening with Mrs. Tapper's mother in Wilmette.
The Washington Circle met with Mrs. Arthur Bennett Wednesday, Feb. 19. The ladies were entertained at luncheon.
Mr. Henry Pape and family left Wednesday for Summerville, S. C., expecting to remain there for a month or six weeks.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Episcopal church meets next Tuesday at 1:30 with Mrs. John M. Campbell of Winnetka.
Mrs. F. Ebert entertained the Ladies' Aid of the German Lutheran church of Highland Park last Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Hobbs of Washington avenue is entertaining her sister who is here on a visit, having arrived from California last Wednesday.
Mrs. James P. Brewster entertained last Friday afternoon. This is the third of a series of afternoon teas given by Mrs. Brewster.
The Young Woman's Guild of the M. E. church will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. A. Fox on Longwood avenue.
Mrs. Chas. G, Haskin of Glencoe, but formerly of Wilmette, is in Summerville, S. C. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peirce Pope.
Mrs. Fred P. Patton gave a dinner Friday evening, Feb. 14, to the doctors of Glencoe and their wives. The decorations were flags in honor of Lincoln's birthday.
Mr. Eckelman was surprised by a party of friends Saturday evening in celebration of his birthday. Refreshments were served and all present enjoyed a very pleasant evening.
The Mystic Workers of the World held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening at the Woman's Library club rooms. After the business meeting a social evening was enjoyed.

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What people Are Doing in Glencoe